There was silence as the Town of Marilla supervisor sought a second to his motion to discuss and vote on the town's prospective biosolids law last week. He asked four times for a second while the rest of the board sat silent.
Just two years after picking up a paintbrush, Kateri Ewing will be the featured artist at Meibohm Fine Arts. The exhibit will kick off during this year’s spring East Aurora Art Walk with an opening reception from 5-9 p.m. Friday, April 24.
Elma resident Lori Ann Redlinski has been involved with the hugely popular Relay for Life of Elma and the Surrounding Communities since its beginnings in 2003. This year, however, she's also helping in a new way—by performing “Moving Mindz,” a hypnosis comedy show, at 7 p.m. Friday, April 17, with proceeds benefiting the American Cancer Society by way of the Relay for Life.
Marilla Town Supervisor Earl Gingerich, Jr. called for the four town councilmen to resign from the board after they did not vote to discuss a proposed local law to regulate biosolids in town at last week’s meeting.
This past Saturday, Iroquois High School hosted its first Iroquois Leadership Conference. Aimed at students in grades 5-8, the conference focused on themes of character-building, self-image and leadership. The event was sponsored by the Iroquois High School Student Government and chaired by seniors Gunnar Haberl and Paige Hapeman and the school’s assistant principal, Douglas Beetow.
The Greater East Aurora Chamber of Commerce and its Business Education Alliance will once again recognize the achievements of students from the East Aurora, Holland and Iroquois school districts, as well as the Ormsby Educational Center, at this year's Chamber’s Choice Student Recognition Awards.
Iroquois School Board Vice President Dave Lowrey didn’t capture the Buffalo-region position on the New York State Board of Regents, but he did garner more votes from Western New York legislators than the eventual winner, Dr. Catherine Collins.
On May 9, East Aurora native Aubrey McLaughlin will run the Gnaw Bone 50-mile race in Gnaw Bone, Indiana to raise funds and awareness for the Rural Outreach Center (ROC), a nonprofit organization based in South Wales.
The Iroquois varsity baseball team kicked off its spring 2015 season Monday night with a convincing 13-1 win over Lake Shore. Here, the Chiefs' Noah Fuer hits the ball for a double, driving in two runs.